HSE-funded helpline redirected callers to wrong number for over a year

People attempting to reach the national eating disorder helpline Bodywhys were instead connected to a private residence in Swords

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent @aarrogan
21st July, 2019

The HSE-funded national eating disorder helpline has been redirecting callers to the wrong number for over a year.

People attempting to reach Bodywhys were instead connected to a private residence in Swords.

The mistake has been happening since early last year, according to the man who has been receiving the calls.

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